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Recap: Boys' Game Details From
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2000--(Jan. 19, 2000)

These are the results from games played Tuesday, January 18, 2000.  There were only a handful of games, as many schools in the  Southern Section take a break this week (or at least don't schedule as many games) to prepare for their first semester final exams.  These are the results we were able to locate.   If you know details of a game that we haven't reported, send them to us and we'll include the results.

City Section League Games

Magnet League

The LACES basketball team came out determined to prove that they are the team to be looking for out for in the Magnet Conference. LACES dominated from the start at both ends of the floor,  outscoring Elizabeth Street 29-9 in the first quarter and by halftime the score was 53-29. LACES senior guard Jason Lee scored a game high 30 points, grabbing 8 rebounds, dishing out 7 assists, and also picking off 6 steals. Juniors Jamal Johnson had 16 points, 7 assists, and 5 steals, and Brishen Foley added 19 points, 14 rebounds, 2 blocks and one 4th quarter thunderous dunk. Elizabeth Street was led by J. Vasquez with 27 points (5for 7 from the 3 pt line), and 16 points from J Guillen.

Southern Section League Games

 

Almont League

Alhambra 53, San Gabriel 40-- The Moors took control early, frustrated the visiting Matadors throughout, and rolled to a 53-40
victory.  Early in the second quarter, San Gabriel's Martin Del Toro hit a pull-up jumper to give the Matadors their first lead, 16-14. After an Alhambra basket, Michael Ashton made one of two free throws to give San Gabriel the lead again. But it would be the last time San Gabriel led.  Edwin Rosario hit a 3-pointer and Sylvester Allison followed with a double-clutch lay-up and jumper. Johnny Tan's jumper three minutes later finished a 15-1 run and gave Alhambra a 31-18 lead from which San Gabriel never recovered.   Allison scored 16 points -- 14 in the first half -- despite constant double-teaming and defensive pressure from the Matadors.  With Allison pestered, the Moors often looked inside with much success. Mike Jones, who had 11 points and 10 rebounds, and reserve Rosario, who had 13 points and 10 rebounds, dominated the paint and got several easy baskets as Alhambra was able to break San Gabriel's trapping defense. 

Arrowhead League

Sherman Indian 70, La Sierra Academy 64-- Slater Nez had 21 points and 12 assists to help Riverside Sherman Indian (2-0, 7-2) win a close Arrowhead League game. Riverside La Sierra Academy (2-1, 7-4) led after three quarters, 48-46. But the Braves rallied, leading by as many as 10 points in the fourth quarter. Adriano Polk hit two three-pointers down the stretch to stiffle a late Knights comeback attempt. The Braves' Jezreel Cuero had 16 points and 11 rebounds. SHERMAN INDIAN (70) -- Willow 16, Lee 7, S.Nez 21, Cuero 16, Jackovitch 0, Polk 10. LA SIERRA ACADEMY (64) -- Stricklan 8, N.Verde 8, Kiemeng 11, Patrascu 11, Guiterrez 14, Moya 3, E.Verde 3, Gomez 6. Halftime score -- 29-29. Three-point goals -- Lee, Polk 2, S.Nez 3, Stricklan, Moya, N.Verde 2, E.Verde, Patrascu 2. Total fouls -- Sherman Indian 8, La Sierra Academy 10. Fouled out -- none.

Christian League

Loma Linda Academy 65, Linfield 46--Loma Linda Academy applied a halfcourt trap in the second half and pulled away for a Christian League victory over Temecula Linfield. The Roadrunners (4-1, 9-2) forced 23 turnovers and led 47-36 after three quarters. Senior guard Curtis Alexander had 26 points, six assists and seven steals, and senior forward Tony Forde added 14 points and seven rebounds for Loma Linda Academy. Courtney Butler led Linfield (1-4 in league) with 15 points.LINFIELD (46) -- Lund 7, Duarte 10, Wilson 2, Graham 8, Butler 15, Redfield 4. LOMA LINDA ACADEMY (65) -- Alexander 26, Deleon 8, Helston-Hurdle 9, Forde 14, Patel 2, Rivinius 4, Young 2. Halftime score -- Loma Linda Academy 32-29. Three-point goals -- Graham 2, Duarte, Alexander 3. Total fouls -- Linfield 28, Loma Linda Academy 31. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None. 

Ontario Christian 76, Woodcrest Christian 58--Ontario Christian (12-4, 4-1) had five players in double figures including two with double-doubles. Ryan Fuqua led the Knights with 21 points and 10 assists. Eugene Verkaik added 12 points and 12 rebounds for Ontario Christian. Matt Hoekstra chipped in 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Knights. The Royals drop to 1-3 in league.   ONTARIO CHRISTIAN (76) -- Veenendaal 13, Koolhaaf 3, Landry 2, Fuqua 21, Gibson 10, Verkaik 12, Hoekstra 15. WOODCREST CHRISTIAN (58) -- Powers 23, Carpenter 4, Reed 7, Musich 4, Rayes 4, Boyd 8, Pool 2, Gallegos 4, Gasco 2. Halftime score -- Ontario Christian 35-27. Three-point goals -- Fuqua 5, Koolhaaf, Veenendaal, Boyd 2. Total fouls -- Ontario Christian 11, Woodcrest Christian 11. Fouled out -- none. Technical fouls -- Gallegos (slapping backboard).

Citrus Belt League

Eisenhower 89,  Redlands East Valley 46--Rialto Eisenhower used a strong press to build a 23-6 lead over Redlands East Valley after one quarter en route to a Citrus Belt League victory. Kynan Bush led the Eagles (3-0, 19-1) with 19 points. Freshman forward Sean Marshall added 12 points and 12 rebounds and Norman Hill scored 14 with six assists. Kai Lyles led the Wildcats (0-3, 4-15) with 16 points. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (46) -- Thompson 5, Jones 9, White 7, Larsen 6, Lyles 16, Virgil 3. EISENHOWER (89) -- Bush 19, Parks 7, Wilson 5, Marshall 12, Hart 4, Hill 14, Acker 10, Sams 10, Dukes 6, James 2. Halftime score -- Eisenhower 50-17. Three-point goals -- Thompson, Virgil, Jones, White, Parks. Total fouls -- Redlands East Valley 15, Eisenhower 18. Fouled out -- none. 

Fontana 57, Miller 45 --FONTANA (57) -- Corey McJimson scored 14 points and Jordan Walker added 12 as Fontana defeated Fontana Miller in a Citrus Belt League game. The Steelers (2-1, 12-7) led the entire way, but the Rebels (1-2, 11-8) closed within 29-27 with three minutes left in the third. Fontana ended the quarter on a 10-4 run to pull away. Walker 12, McJimson 14, Williams 5, Stephenson 7, Washington 7, Jackson 4, Okoebor 2, Crull 4, Gallardo 2. MILLER (45) -- Taylor 1, Cossio 2, Ramirez 13, Pegram 11, Vernon 7, Lanzarotto 6, Clark 3, Jo.Ward 1, Kingsland 1. Halftime score -- Fontana 27-19. Three-point goals -- McJimson 2, Stephenson, Ramirez, Clark. Total fouls -- Fontana 15, Miller 14. Fouled out -- None. 

Rialto 93, Redlands 58--Marcus Davis scored 17 points and Jocquis Sconiers added 11 as Rialto defeated Redlands in a Citrus Belt League contest.   The Knights (2-1, 16-3) led 22-11 after one quarter and outscored the Terriers 29-13 in the second quarter. Danny Genung led Redlands (1-2, 9-10) with 25 points.RIALTO (93) -- Davis 17, Sconiers 11, Burnett 6, Joyner 9, Edwards 7, Gales 5, Swisher 8, Fraley 1, Willingham 6, Maldonado 7, Williams 9, McShan 3, Johnson 9. REDLANDS (58) -- Hall 12, Graham 9, Brewster 4, Genung 25, Pratt 0, Sherman 1, Roberts 6, Burgan 1.  Halftime score -- Rialto 51-24. Three-point goals -- Sconiers, Davis, Johnson, Swisher, Genung, Roberts. Total fouls -- Redlands 20, Rialto 27. Fouled out -- Genung. Technical fouls -- R.Genung (coach), Genung. 

Delphic League

Crossroads 74, Montclair Prep 61--Josiah Johnson's 33 points and 11 rebounds were not enough for host Montclair Prep in a Delphic League game.   Felipe Williams scored 37 points for Crossroads.   Montclair Prep (12-7, 2-2) trailed, 58-57, with three minutes remaining, but the Roadrunners (12-8, 4-0) went on a 9-0 run in the following 1:30 to pull away. 

Express League

La Verne Lutheran 81, Liberty Christian19-- The Trojans (12-5, 4-2) already had the game well in hand when they held Liberty Christian to no points in the fourth quarter. Mike Thomas led La Verne Lutheran with 22 points and six steals, Teron Terry had 11 points and six steals, and Michael Lee and Ryan Cumberland each added 11 points. Liberty Christian is 3-12, 1-5.LIBERTY CHRISTIAN (19) Stephens 2, Spagnola 2, Veney 11, Burch 4, La 0. LA VERNE LUTHERAN (81)  Thomas 22, Lee 11, Smith 9, Terry 11, Cumberland 11, Garbe 1, Arterburn 3, Patton 1, Seckrater 6, Greene 6. Liberty Christian 4 8 7 0 -- 19 La Verne Lutheran 20 22 21 18 -- 81 Total fouls: LC 13, LVL 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Foothill League

Burroughs 61, Burbank 51--Tyler Newton had career bests of 33 points and 24 rebounds to help the Indians defeat host Burbank, 61-51, in double overtime Tuesday night and take over sole possession of the league lead.   Burroughs (12-5, 3-1 in league play) outscored Burbank, 15-5, in the second overtime. Newton's layup and three-point play gave the Indians a 54-46 lead, before he put the game away by throwing a length-of-the-court pass to Justin Ambos, who made a layup for a 58-51 lead with 35 seconds left.  Burroughs led until Burbank guard Eddie Nazarian made a three-point basket from the corner to give the Bulldogs (11-7, 2-2) a 41-40 lead with 47 seconds left in regulation.  After Newton sank a free throw to tie the score, Burbank guard Frank Reed missed a three-point shot at the buzzer. With the score tied, 46-46, Reed missed another jump shot as time expired in the first overtime.  Nazarian led the Bulldogs with 28 points, including seven three-pointers. Reed finished with 13 points and five assists.  Ambos had 21 points, five assists and five steals for Burroughs, which leads Saugus, Hart, Valencia and Burbank by a game in the league.   The Indians outrebounded Burbank, 62-47.  Burbank made six of 26 shots in the first half, but trailed only 19-16. Nazarian's three-pointer tied the score, 19-19, but Burroughs responded with a 7-0 run and led, 32-29, after three quarters. 

Saugus 59, Hart 49--Tim Tampus made eight of nine shots, including all four of his three-point attempts, and finished with 21 points for host Saugus in a Foothill League game.  Mike Grisanti had 10 points, eight rebounds and eight blocked shots for the Centurions (13-6, 2-2).  Liam Waters scored 17 points for Hart (8-12, 2-2). 

Valencia 64, Canyon 57----Albert Ingram scored 18 points and the Vikings climbed back into the Foothill League race at Canyon.  Jeff Smith added 15 points for Valencia (8-11, 2-2), which pulled into a four-way tie for second place.  Jeff Grucelski scored 15 points for Canyon (9-10, 1-3). 

Freedom League

Twin Pines 70, Zinsmeyer 18--ZINSMEYER (18) -- Clarence Allen came off the bench to score 15 points and Willie Bowen had 13 points and 12 rebounds as Banning Twin Pines (5-2, 7-3) routed Long Beach Zinsmeyer in a Freedom League game. Twin Pines outscored Zinsmeyer 20-2 in the second quarter to take a 24-point halftime leadTaylor 3, Alas 4, Brackman 4, Matsco 7, Williams 0. TWIN PINES (70) -- Fiscus 14, Strange 8, Bowen 13, Ahumada 4, Bell 2, Ware 8, Allen 15, Arnaiz 2, Galvez 2, Valdez 2. Halftime score -- Twin Pines 36-12. Three-point goals -- Taylor, Matsco, Allen, Bowen. Total fouls -- Zinsmeyer 4, Twin Pines 7. Fouled out -- none. .

Frontier League

Santa Clara 68, Santa Paula 57--Earl Hall scored a career-best 39 points for the Saints (11-5, 2-1), who pulled away in the fourth quarter for a Frontier League victory at Santa Paula.  Hall made 15 of 17 shots from the field and all nine of his free throws.  Ryan Frutos scored 21 points for Santa Paula (5-14, 1-3), which trailed, 44-41, after three quarters. 

Golden League

Littlerock 55, Lancaster 51--Gene Myvett had three. Brandon White had two, and sophomore Frank Robinson added two of his own. In all, it might have only accounted for 14 points, but the seven slam dunks by Littlerock's high-flying trio proved to be much more important than just numbers on a scoreboard. The Lobos seemed to answer every Lancaster rally with a crowd-pleasing dunk en route to a 55-51 win Tuesday night at Littlerock to remain in first place in the Golden League. Littlerock is the lone team from the league still unbeaten at 4-0 and the Lobos have an impressive 15-5 overall record.  Lancaster drops into secondplace tie with Quartz Hill at 3-1 and 10-8. The Rebels beat Highland 69-63 Tuesday night. Myvett finished with a game-high 23 points. Lancaster center Joe Dluzak pulled the Eagles to within 53-47 with two minutes, 26 seconds left. The two teams exchanged turnovers over the next four possessions before Myvett sealed the Lobos' victory. After a Lancaster turnover, Myvett took a pass from White and finished Littlerock's scoring with a behind-the-back dunk. Myvett's basket gave the Lobos an eightpoint lead with 58 seconds remaining. Lancaster got a basket from Ryan Marley and two free throws from Teddy Myers to make the game appear closer with the 55-51 final.Lancaster's Anthony Gamboa scored a team-high 11 points, while Dluzak and Teddy Myers had 10. White was the only other Littlerock player to score in double figures, finishing with 17. Myvett was the story in the first half, scoring 17 points as Littlerock led 28-22 at half.

Heritage League

Faith Baptist 61, First Lutheran 47--John Stark had 17 points, nine rebounds, five steals and four blocks for host First Lutheran (8-6, 1-3) in a Heritage League game. 

Ivy League

Arlington 47, Canyon Springs 43--CANYON SPRINGS (43) -- Braxton 6, Robinson 3, Cobb 12, Gibson 7, Rosborough 2, Smith 5, Taylor 4, Rossen 4. ARLINGTON (47) -- Heru 9, Aguirre 6, Ware 10, Larsen 8, Carter 10, Simon 2, Tang 2.   Halftime score -- Arlington 29-21. Three-point goals -- Heru 3, Aguirre, Rossen. Total fouls -- Canyon Springs 14, Arlington 16. Fouled out -- none. Highlights: Riverside Arlington (3-0, 16-3) outscored Moreno Valley Canyon Springs 18-11 in the second quarter and led the rest of the way to win an Ivy League game. Canyon Springs (1-2, 7-8) was able to cut into the Lions' 12-point lead in the fourth quarter, mostly because Arlington shot 3 of 11 from the free-throw line that period. The Lions were also slowed by 17 turnovers. Freshman Richard Cobb led Canyon Springs with 12 points. Sophomore center Chad Carter and Damille Ware led the Lions with 10 points each.

Moreno Valley 79, Rubidoux 64--Durwin Williams scored 26 points to lead Moreno Valley (2-1, 10-9) past Rubidoux (1-2, 8-13) in an Ivy League game. Williams scored 16 points in the first half, helping the Vikings take an 11-point lead at halftime. The margin stayed in double figures throughout the second half. Rolando Murcio hit six three-pointers and scored 26 points for Rubidoux, and Jomar Owens had 12 rebounds. Nyron Jones had 23 points for Moreno Valley.MORENO VALLEY (79) -- Taylor 5, Williams 25, Jones 23, Johnson 10, Brooks 6, Rice 6, S.Brown 4. RUBIDOUX (64) -- Davis 1, Walker 6, Murcio 26, Steven 2, Hervey 6, Green 10, Owens 8, Williams 5. Halftime score -- Moreno Valley 37-26. Three-point goals -- Williams (MV) 2, Jones, Murcio 6, Williams (R). Total fouls -- Moreno Valley 8, Rubidoux 19. Fouled out -- Hervey. Technical fouls -- Davis. 

North 77, Riverside Poly 65--Riverside North (2-1, 13-5) used its press to force early turnovers by Riverside Poly as the Huskies took a 21-6 first-quarter lead en route to an Ivy League victory. Riverside Poly (0-3, 10-9) cut the Huskies' lead to two points early in the fourth quarter. But North scored 25 points in the quarter to secure the victory. RIVERSIDE POLY (65) -- Dunaj 20, Lea 11, Quezada 6, Hudson 6, Lopez 6, Masi 12, Baird 2, Vance 2. NORTH (77) -- Wynn 15, Jones 7, McCloud 7, Dixon 18, Anderson 12, Burnett 8, Bryant 8, Washington 2. Halftime score -- North 39-26. Three-point goals -- Wynn 4, Burnett, Jones, McCloud, Masi 2, Dunaj 2, Lea. Total fouls -- Riverside Poly 18, North 11. Fouled out -- none. 

Metro League

Boys Republic 78, Christian Center Academy 49--Terrell Brown scored 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Terry Anderson scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Boys Republic (10-6, 6-1). Cecil Sagapolu scored 14 points and had eight assistsfor the Rams.BOYS REPUBLIC (78) Anderson 21, Sagapolu 14, Manzano 4, Ellis 2, Jones 9, Butler 2, Faulalo 6, Squire 2, Brown 18. CHRISTIAN CENTER ACADEMY (49) Miles 15, Legget 6, Knox 2, Livermore 3, Torres 9, Fults 14. Boys Republic 21 26 18 13 -- 78 CCA 22 1 11 15 -- 49 Total fouls: BR 15, CCA 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Miles (CCA).

Riverside Christian 57, Upland Christian 45-- Jon Surmi and Nick Roberds scored 17 points each in the loss for Upland Christian (2-12, 1-6). UPLAND CHRISTIAN (45) Surmi 17, Cromer 5, Chiappone 2, Roberds 17, Armella 2, Padelford 2.   RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN (57) Williams 4, Hawk 5, Constant 18, Chavez 10, Klein 5, Ayers 15. Upland Christian 6 12 21 6 -- 45 Riverside Christian 12 6 15 24 -- 57 Total fouls: UC 22, RC 21. Fouled out: Roberds (UC), Ayers (RC). Technical fouls: none.

Mt. Baldy League

Etiwanda 91, Alta Loma 41--Senior guard Reco Wright scored 31 points and the Eagles (4-0 league) drained 16 3-pointers in a rout of the Braves (0-4 in league). All but one of Etiwanda's players scored. ETIWANDA (91) Wright 31, Burrell 9, Dowd 2, Gipson 4, Solano 3, Simpson 2, Beck 24, Hollis 4, Robinson 3, Ben 1, Boyd 5, Ross 3. ALTA LOMA (41) Rocco 12, Moore 6, Fleming 6, Roberts 2, Yaisrael 7, Nasseri 8. Etiwanda 23 24 29 15 -- 91 Alta Loma 7 10 11 12 -- 41 Total fouls: A 18, E 12. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Johnson (A) 2.

Ontario 76, Montclair 58--The Jaguars (13-6, 3-1) went up 41-20 at the half and never looked back. Jason Burrell led Ontario with 36 points (including 5 3-pointers) and Brandon Kinney added 12 points. Montclair falls to 2-2 in league. Ontario assistant coach Jim Krueger was in charge for the game because head coach Jerry DeFabiis was ill. ONTARIO (76) Moffett 4, Levy 4, Burrell 36, Brannon 2, Lawson 2, Rasheed 2, Mitchell 3, Mack 3, Kinney 12, Dunn 6, Ringgold 2. MONTCLAIR (58) Jenkins 8, McCorvey 2, Robins 6, Holliman 16, Chris 2, Fregoso 2, Smith 14, Avery 4, Sehaar 4. Ontario 15 26 19 16 -- 76 Montclair 10 10 21 17 -- 58 Total fouls: O 17, M 11. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Rancho Cucamonga 71, Chaffey 70--Derick Andrew led the Cougars with 25 points. Karim McDougal added 16 points and 10 rebounds for Rancho Cucamonga (19-1, 3-1). Chaffey falls to 7-11, 0-4. CHAFFEY (70) Kutrowski 12, Parker 2, Lewis 2, Stepney 17, Faulkner 19, Velez 2, Sconiers 9, Miranda 7. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (71) McDougal 16, Andrew 25, Starks 15, Newton 4, Warran 3, Williams 8.  Chaffey 22 15 17 16 -- 70 Rancho Cuc. 16 17 18 20 -- 71 Total fouls: C 14, RC 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Pacific League

Glendale 67, Arcadia 51--Gilbert Yousefian had 20 points for host Glendale (9-10, 1-3) in a Pacific League game.

Pasadena 66, Crescenta Valley 48--Crescenta Valley High (15-5) struggled and ultimately lost to Pasadena on Tuesday night. The Falcons (2-2 in league play) fell behind by 10 points at halftime and never threatened in a 66-48 loss at Pasadena.  Sophomore Dino Wilburn scored 20 points and senior point guard Reggie Harmon added 17 to keep the Bulldogs (14-5, 4-0) in a first-place tie with cross-town rival Muir.  Crescenta Valley tried repeatedly to get the ball inside to 6-foot-6 James Jenkins, who entered the game averaging 21.1 points.  But Jenkins did not adjust to Pasadena's tenacious man-to-man defense and finished with 11 points.   Freshman Jimmy Goffredo was one of the few Falcon players who played aggressively, but he made only three of 17 shots. Pasadena clicked on all cylinders and put together a tremendous team effort to defeat visiting Crescenta Valley, 66-48.  The Bulldogs took control of the game early. Reggie Harmon scored the game's first points on a jumper and Doug Thomas and Johnny Eubanks followed with transition baskets to give Pasadena an early 6-1 lead.  Crescenta Valley cut Pasadena's lead to 14-11 after one quarter, but Thomas' rebound dunk to begin the second quarter opened up the lead again. From then on, the Falcons would get only as close as five; they never led.  But it was Pasadena's defense that took center stage.  The Falcons feature two strong post players in James Jenkins and Jeff Myers, who had plenty of success in CV's two-point loss to Muir in the league opener two weeks ago.  But Thomas set the tone with three first-half blocks and Ian Soleimani came off the bench to provide plenty of physical play against Crescenta Valley's big men.  Jenkins and Myers combined for 21 points and 18 rebounds, but were not major factors.  The Bulldogs' backcourt made sure Crescenta Valley (15-5, 2-2) no chance for a comeback with a sizzling fourth quarter. Holding an eight-point lead with just more than five minutes left, Harmon and Dino Wilburn put Pasadena (14-5, 5-0) on their backs to seal the victory.  The guards scored Pasadena's next 16 points -- Crescenta Valley managed six -- over the next five minutes.  Wilburn led all scorers with 18 points; Harmon had 17 points and three steals.  The victory, combined with Muir's romp over Hoover, sets up a battle for first place in league between the unbeaten crosstown rivals on Friday.  

Prep League

Pasadena Poly 55, Webb 43-- James Rhodes led the Gauls (3-9, 1-3) with nine points and eight rebounds. WEBB (43) Lo 9, Rhodes 9, Martinsen 6, Cheng 6, Hatae 4, Maloff 3, Kim 2, Dey 2, Lee 2. PASADENA POLY (55) Herald 21, Okane 9, Duncan 9, Hsu 8, Archibong 8. Webb 11 11 6 15 -- 43 Pasadena Poly 12 13 13 17 -- 55 Total fouls: W 20, PP 17. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

San Andreas League

Cajon 88, San Bernardino 65-- Playing with intensity and poise, visiting Cajon dismantled San Bernardino's half-court trap in an 88-65 victory. Cajon (2-1 in league, 14-5 overall) went 10-17 last season. Von der Heide, a former assistant to Cajon coach Jerry Tivey, compares San Bernardino with Cajon of a year ago. San Bernardino (0-3, 8-11) has lost five straight and is struggling to find a replacement for injured guard Charles Thaxton, the Cardinals' leading scorer who broke his clavicle during last month's Kiwanis Tournament. The Cardinals could not get into an offensive rhythm Tuesday night and committed seven turnovers in the first six minutes of the first quarter, falling behind 20-7. Larry Roby scored 13 of his 21 points in the first quarter, and Donovan Morris (20 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks) had 10 in the quarter as Cajon led 28-18. Cajon led 54-33 at halftime and by as many as 30 points twice in the third quarter. The Cowboys shot 52.5 percent (32 of 61) from the floor. Blake Walker led Cajon with 22 points on 10 of 14
shooting. Paul Miller scored 18 points on 8-of-14 shooting to lead San Bernardino and scored four straight baskets late in the fourth quarter during the Cardinals' best run of the game. CAJON (88) -- Griffin 7, Roby 21, Morris 20, Walker 22, Breeden 0, Harris 7, Dew 2, Norman 9. SAN BERNARDINO (65) -- Terrell 2, Copeland 8, Stotts 7, Palmore 7, Miller 18, Huerta 3, Mixon 2, Grigsby 4, Nonette 6, Caldwell 2, Tidwell 6. Halftime score -- Cajon 54-33. Three-point goals -- Roby 3, Griffin, Walker, Copeland. Total fouls -- Cajon 21, San Bernardino 24. Fouled out -- Terrell. Technical fouls -- Miller.

Pacific 95, Yucaipa 61--Senior point guard Chris Smith had 27 points and 13 assists and senior center Will Kimble added 26 points, nine blocks, nine rebounds and six crowd-silencing dunks as San Bernardino Pacific (3-0, 17-2) cruised to a San Andreas League victory. Pacific lead by as many as 39 points. Phil Greifroe led Yucaipa (1-2, 7-12) with 10 points, coming off the bench.PACIFIC (95) -- Smith 27, Kimble 26, Jury 9, Hall 19, Adams 9, Kinser 5. YUCAIPA (61) -- King 6, Majors 4, Carroll 6, Orr 7, Allen 4, Craig 2, Simmons 8, Greifroe 10, Price 2, Hudec 5, Osgood 7. Halftime score -- Pacific 49-22. Three-point goals -- Smith 4, Jury, Hall 3, King 2, Orr, Carroll 2. Total fouls -- Pacific 20, Yucaipa 26. Fouled out -- Majors, Hudec. Technical fouls -- Adams, Majors, Osgood. 

Skyline League

Banning 75, Perris 68--Banning High led by as many as 20 points Tuesday and held off a late Perris charge to win a Skyline League game, 75-68.   Mike Davis had 24 points, 10 rebounds, seven steals and six assists to lead Banning (2-1 in league, 9-10 overall), which took a 10-point lead by halftime.  Antoinne Gilliam led Perris (1-1, 5-12) with 15 points. PERRIS (68) -- Miller 14, Gilliam 15, Spry 2, Johnson 7, Taylor 13, Zimmer 11, Gordon 4, Hunter 2. BANNING (75) -- Randle 14, Malone 9, Davis 24, Foster 11, Williams 16, Allen 1. Halftime score -- Banning 35-25. Three-point goals -- Johnson, Gilliam 3, Randle 2, Foster. Total fouls -- Perris 27, Banning 15. Fouled out -- Johnson. San Jacinto 63, Yucca Valley 54

Chaparral 73, Rim of the World 43--After playing out of sync through the first half, Temecula Chaparral outscored Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World 19-8 in the third quarter to pull away in a Skyline League victory. Senior Lemar Ruffin sparked the Pumas (3-0, 17-3) with 20 points and 10 rebounds off the bench. Junior Dan Larsen added 17 points and eight rebounds for the Pumas, who have won nine games in a row. RIM OF THE WORLD (43) -- George 10, Creswell 4, Jurado 10, Urbina 5, VanPatten 3, Pattison 2, Henderson 2, Rattet 2, Stewart 1, Shingler 4. CHAPARRAL (73) -- Kurtz 2, Larsen 17, Hopkins 7, Brenier 9, Cooke 12, Buller 2, Scott 4, L.Ruffin 20. Halftime score -- Chaparral 27-20. Three-point goals -- Urbina, Larsen 2, Cooke 2. Total fouls -- Rim of the World 15, Chaparral 15. Fouled out -- None. 

San Jacinto 63, Yucca Valley 54--Michael Frazier, the county's third-leading scorer, was held in check, but San Jacinto responded with three other players reaching double figures as the Tigers (1-1, 5-10) held off Yucca Valley (0-3, 2-15). San Jacinto scored just four points in the second quarter but trailed by only four at halftime. Frazier, averaging 25 points a game, hit his first field goal midway through the third period, tying the game 29-29. Yucca Valley stayed close into the fourth quarter, but San Jacinto closed the game with a 13-4 run after Yucca Valley tied it 50-50.YUCCA VALLEY (54) -- Phillips 9, Simmons 16, Budd 9, Vizcarra 20, Hettig.  SAN JACINTO (63) -- Duquid 6, A. Lugo 13, Padilla 10, Goddard 12, Haney 8, Frazier 12, Sullivan 2. Halftime score -- Yucca Valley 23-19. Three-point goals -- Phillips 3, Budd 2, Vizcarra, Padilla 3, Haney, Frazier 2. Total fouls -- Yucca Valley 16, San Jacinto 18. Fouled out -- Vizcarra. Technical fouls -- Duguid. 

Victory League

Bloomington Christian 70, Baptist Christian 47--Bloomington Christian (3-1, 9-4) outscored Hemet Baptist Christian 20-10 in the third quarter and won a Victory League game. Mike Martin led Bloomington Christian with 21 points, and Josh Stearns had seven assists and seven steals.BLOOMINGTON CHRISTIAN (70) -- K.Jordan 5, Rollings 9, J.Jordan 12, Stearns 11, Martin 21, Stott 2, Ruz 2, Pope 8. BAPTIST CHRISITAN (47) -- VanPeursem 4, Cansdale 8, Acton 14, Carlson 7, Fedchuck 7, Maurer 1, Beasley 4, Gault 2. Halftime score -- Bloomington Christian 27-24. Three-point goals -- Rollings 3, Martin, K.Jordan, Cansdale 2, Fedchuck, Acton. Total fouls -- Bloomington Christian 18, Baptist Christian 11. Fouled out -- none.   

Desert Christian 75, Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 23-- Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian led 20-9 after the first quarter and made 19 steals en route to a Victory League win over Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel. Junior forward Andrew Brattrud had 15 points and 16 rebounds, and junior guard Joshua Johnson added 14 points and six assists. David Kim added 10 points and four steals for the Conquerors (4-0, 11-5). Nick Sainato led the Lions (0-3 in league) with nine points, on 9-of-9 free-throw shooting.MORENO VALLEY CALVARY CHAPEL (23) -- Sainato 9, Carbajal 6, Jothson 2, Aldrete 2, Shear 2, A. Johnson 2. DESERT CHRISTIAN (75) -- Smith 17, Brattrud 15, J. Johnson 14, Kim 10, Santana 8, Mangus 5, Ralay 4, Houser 2. Halftime score -- Desert Christian 38-16. Three-point goals -- Carbajal. Total fouls -- Calvary Chapel 14, Desert Christian 11. Fouled out -- None. Technical fouls -- None

Southern Section Non-League Games

Palm Desert 72, Granite Hills 63-- Josh Zazulia dished out eight assists and grabbed six rebounds in addition to scoring his eight points for the Aztecs. Palm Desert: 22 15 17 18 -- 72 Granite Hills: 15 14 22 12 -- 63 Palm Desert: Zazulia 8, Brady 7, Jefferson 9, harasansky 19, Brad Smith 8, Newman-Brewer 2, Henry 5, Scott 14.  Granite Hills: Kirschenger 10, Parkman 12, Lang 2, Totcs 3, Kiamco 3, Maloney 19, Tasker 7, Strubing 6. 3 pointers: PD -- 7 (Harasansky 5). GH -- 2 (Strubing).

St. Bonaventure 48, Cate 23--Chris Saunders had 15 points and 14 rebounds, and the Seraphs (13-2) held the Rams to nine first-half points in a nonleague victory at Cate.

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